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The story flows very well and the characters are interesting and plausible.
The characters seemed too often one-dimensional, the dialogue implausible and artificial, and the conclusion muddled and just not fully credible.
That's what Ignatius portrays so well in his books, as well as his intimate knowledge of the Middle East.
I thought the attention to surroundings in the different locals in which the action occurs was rewarding especially in London and in Kew Gardens.Published 9 days ago by Paul Berg
A well written book of intrigue! I am happy to add this author to my list of favorites. I only hope the heroine is in future tales.Published 1 month ago by Barbara Austin
New author to me. I will read more of his work. Better understanding of the Middle East mentality than the White House ! Excellent local knowledge.Published 1 month ago by Donald R. Luker
I've now read all David Ignatius' books. HIGHLY INTERESTING AND TERRIFIC AT PAINTING landscape and characters.Published 2 months ago by Mallory E. Walker
Ignatius brings back memories of Le Carre and Deighton, only in real time. Loved this book,fast paced and the characters were great.Published 2 months ago by Madame readsalot
Ignatius writes great analyses for the Washington Post and even better novels. This is a thoroughly enjoyable read for anyone who likes intrigue.Published 3 months ago by Bruce Lehman